The loss of innocence, the revitalisation of te reo, the rising up of women and of LGBTQ rights – the decade has been a ride. Here are our pick of â€¦
Books editor Catherine Woulfe follows Wellington author Lawrence Patchett into his extraordinary story of heat and water and history repeating.
On the eve of the announcement of the winner of the 2019 Booker prize, books editor Catherine Woulfe outs herself as a giant know-nothing.
They might be on the pricier side but books editor Catherine Woulfe is feeling much better using startup Little & Brave's compostable nappies to deal with her daughter's epic poos.
Gabrielle Jackson is a Sydney-based Guardian journalist who has written a book about her pain, and the pain of women, and the ways in which the medical system is making it worse.
What’s the best way to get adults reading? Get them reading when they’re children – and there’s no better place to start than the Unity Children’s Bestseller Chart.
Three Women is a fervent, scrupulous qualitative review of female desire. It’s also a lesson in commitment – and the powerful act of paying attention.
New Zealand writer Sherryl Jordan's elated, transcendent novel for young adults, Winter of Fire, was first released in 1992. A quarter-century later fans' pestering has paid off and it's back in bookstores. This makes Catherine Woulfe very happy.
Unity and The Spinoff are very proud to announce the arrival of this new monthly feature. Because we love kids, and we love books, and we’re really sick of buying shitty books by mistake and having to read them 87,000 bedtimes in a row.
All of the books shortlisted for the country’s shiniest literary gongs at this year’s Auckland Writers Festival are boxed up in some publicist’s back room, just waiting to be shipped to YOU!!
David Wallace-Wells has written a blinder, a book that could actually prompt people to push through complacency. But it’s not enough to pump us up full of fear and then just leave us there
Bollocks to the official guidelines – if you're expecting, and also expecting to vomit at any moment pretty much all the time, try these 10 handy hints.
Defects are 'currently underdiagnosed and may consequently be left untreated at a staggering rate', says one of a number of experts calling for more information to be provided to women.